From Library Journal
Concluding her "Cupid" trilogy in superb style, Harbaugh pairs her charming, mythical hero, Harry (Eros), with his longtime friend Psyche Hathaway, and finally allows them to fall in love. Unfortunately, Harry's being already married and duty-bound to find his long-lost wife?thus saving the gods from virtual extinction and the world from chaos?creates an obvious dilemma for them both. The solution, of course, is equally obvious to everyone but Harry and Psyche, and while their determined refusal to see the truth may be agonizing to readers, the exquisitely depicted awakening of their love and compelling sexual tension more than compensate for this small frustration. Although fans of the earlier books (Cupid's Mistake, LJ 11/15/96; Cupid's Darts, Signet, 1998) will enjoy meeting old friends and seeing the matchmaking Harry find love at last, this story stands on its own and will appeal to most Regency readers who like their love stories poignant, wonderfully romantic, and laced with more than a little myth and magic. Harbaugh lives in Federal Way, WA.
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